The education team provided links to education, family, and cultural websites to help support our students and families during this pandemic. Most resources are free at this time but please be aware of charges after the free trial period.  Clicking on these links may not work but if you copy and paste the link into your browser it should work.  
A system built to connect children and families with resources to support them in the community and provide developmental tools for children. this link is offering free resources for school closures. There are activities for ages prek-13 years of age. This site provides 20 days of activities that support different learning domains. There is access to videos, books online, science activities, songs, and gross motor activities.
Language, literacy, math and science concepts for ages 3-5 years of age.
This link provides easy activities for families and their toddlers.
This link encourages parents to read to their children to help develop early literacy skills.
Parents can choose stories to be read to the children by a television figure such as Oprah Winfrey, Betty White and many more.
Parents can count and talk about numbers with children using simple things at home including snacks.
Everyone is working hard to stay healthy, which includes cleaning. This link encourages parents to get children involved.
This website link offers a variety of activities for parents to do with children centering on making healthy eating and exercise choices.
This site offers a virtual tour of the Museum of Natural History.
Click under preschool and choose from the different activities/categories
This link offers children yoga, baby and me yoga, interactive story time, family cooking, sensory activities, songs and much more.
Activities and tips for the challenges and joys along the way.
Free online virtual story time during school closures. Age-appropriate stories available.
This website is an educational tool for parents and children at home. It provides examples of learning activities for toddlers though teens. In addition, it takes you through developmental miles stones and provides suggestions on how to deal with them as parents. Check out the Menu tab for a support link on Coronavirus (Covid-19).
Alaska themed coloring pages \
Physical activities ideas for all abilities
This link provides topics for women who are pregnant through preschool aged children and older. You can find age appropriate activities for all. This site also provides tips and information on ways to cope with this virus as a family.

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Alaska Native Heritage Center-videos of storytellers from different regions, tours of the village sites and lots more.  Aleut language coloring pages